Posted: Wednesday, November 18, 2020. 4:16 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: The Sagicor team in Belize mobilized to provide a level of immediate response to first responders and those who may have been forced to head quickly to shelters.
During the week of November 9, Sagicor team members visited the affected areas and provided warm meals to the military and other first responder support personnel, along with individuals and families who fled to shelters in the Cayo, Belize and Stann Creek Districts.
They also received hampers of food and cleaning supplies to assist with getting their lives back to normal.
“Our team came together as early as Friday afternoon to begin mobilizing to provide some assistance to those who would be in need. We worked together to ensure that our colleagues, families and neighbours were as safe as possible and then we reached out to NEMO and other first responder organisations to find out how we could help. I am so proud of my team, who selflessly responded to our call to help others. Now that we are bracing for the impact of Iota, we’re confident that we can continue to provide some assistance. Working together as Belizeans we can ensure that all who are negatively affected by these storms are able to recover,” Karen Godfrey, Branch Manager for Sagicor Life in Belize said.
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